Cut your heating and cooling costs with a simple fix.
Install low-E windows and take advantage of a 25% discount at participating retailers in Wisconsin.
What does low-E stand for?
Low-E stands for low-emissivity. It is an extremely durable coating on glass that acts as a heat mirror, which keeps the heat outside in the summertime and inside in the wintertime.
The durable, high-quality finish and low-profile design give them virtually the same visual appearance as new replacement windows.
Whether you have single/double hung windows, sliders or fixed panels, low-E storm windows will mimic your existing window in both look and function.
Make a smart investment
Studies have shown that the same energy-saving performance as ENERGY STAR certified replacement windows can be achieved for as low as 25% of the cost when you install low-E windows.*
Low-E windows can:
- Save homeowners up to $350 annually on annual heating and cooling bills**
- Improve comfort by reducing drafts, which accounts for 25-40% of energy used for heating and cooling
- Reduce noise—the dead air space created when you add a low-E storm window over your existing window traps the noise of traffic, lawn mowers or loud neighbors, reducing noise by up to 50%.
For more information, visit focusonenergy.com/low-estorms
Homeowners in Wisconsin can receive 25% off the purchase of up to 15 ENERGY STAR low-E storm windows at participating retail locations through December 31, 2019, or while supplies last. The discount is part of the Focus on Energy program.
*Focus on Energy
** EPA estimates that on a national average, ENERGY STAR certified Low-E storm windows can save homeowners $350* annually on their annual heating and cooling bills when installed over clear glass single-pane windows.